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DENGUE FEVER RISK ASSESSMENT BASED ON BEHAVIOUR PREVENTION ON FOUR SUB DISTRICTS IN JEMBER DISTRICT
Bhisma Satya Dharma, Dewi Rokhmah* and Isa Ma’rufi
Dengue fever is one of the main problems of public health in the world. Dengue Fever has reached a hundred countries from Afrika up to Western Pacific. Indonesia was the first rank of dengue cases for the Asia Region in 2010. Jember District is one of the highest bestower dengue cases with changes risk areas. A surveillance system can be applied as a new solution tool that is used to monitor area conditions for dengue cases based on prevention as a factor that influenced dengue fever accidents. The purpose of this study is to assess dengue fever risk based on behaviour prevention. This research method is quantitative research, with a crossectional design. Four sub-districts that become research area. This research population is all of the householder on 4 sub-districts in Jember District, and the sample is 100 householders in 4 sub-district. The research tool are documentation, questioner, and observation sheet. The data analysis are univariate analysis to multivariate analysis. Based on research results, only environmental factor which not influence dengue case. The most influential factor for dengue incidences in Jember District is the health behavior for the prevention. The Risk assessment showed that Pakusari subdistrict with score 44 and Mumbulsari subdistrict with score 42 are in the medium risk, meanwhile Panti subdistrict with score 56 and Arjasa subdistrict with score 48 are in the low risk.[Full Text Article]